Mr. Stańko joined the Warsaw School of Economics in Poland in 1996. His teaching and publication activity concentrates on pension issues, social policy, retirement investment, and performance evaluation. During the periods of 2004-2008 and 2009-2013, apart from academic activity he also acted as external adviser to the president of the Polish Chamber of Pension Funds providing research assistance and managing the Chamber’s external relations with FIAP, EFRP (PensionsEurope), Sofia Group and other international pension organisations.
Currently, Mr. Stańko is on an unpaid leave from the WSE and works at the OECD’s Financial Affairs Division where he co-ordinates the work of the Secretariat of the International Organisation of Pension Supervisors (IOPS), an international body focused on co-operation and research on pension supervisory issues.
In 2011-2013 Mr. Stańko was an academic member of the Occupational Stakeholders Group at the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA). In 2010 he co-authored a pension reform proposal report commissioned for the Chancellery of Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland. In 2008-2009 he was the Director of the Department of Economic Analyses and Forecasting at the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy in Poland. He co-authored a book on the evaluation and presentation of investment performance of funded pension schemes published in 2013 by the Warsaw School of Economics.
Mr. Stańko holds PhD degrees in Economics from the Warsaw School of Economics (2006) and from the Osaka University (2004), as well as an MA diploma in Finance and Banking from the Warsaw School of Economics (1996). He speaks fluent English, Russian, has good command of Japanese and Spanish and moderate knowledge of Portuguese.